Ken Levine Still Looking to Bring BioShock to PS Vita

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Irrational Games' Ken Levine, creator of BioShock Infinite, still wants to bring a BioShock game to the PlayStation Vita. But it will take some matchmaking to make it happen.

In an interview with Evan Narcisse on Kotaku, Levine expressed his desire to see a BioShock game on Sony's handheld Vita system. The only issue is that he'd need Sony and Take Two, Irrational Games' parent company, to make a deal.

Levine said, "“I am literally trying to make a match between the parties. They have to agree and it has to be a business deal. I’ve been trying to do that for a very long time. I’ve still very much engaged in that. I can’t personally greenlight the thing myself.”

He also said that he's spoken with both parties in the last few weeks, so maybe we can keep the hope alive that a BioShock game will make it onto the PlayStation Vita. Until then, we can only swim in a sea of dreams.

Let us know if you'd want a BioShock game on the Vita. We'll keep you updated if any new developments arise.

Filed Under: Bioshock, PlayStation, Vita
Categories: Video Game News
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